Title: Lifetime measurements and Coulomb excitation of light Hg nuclei
Authors: Petts, Andrew
Butler, P A
Grahn, T
Blazhev, A
Bree, Nick
Bruyneel, B
Cederkall, J
CLement, E
Cocolios, Thomas Elias
Dewald, A
Eberth, J
Fraile, L M
Fransen, C
Gomez Hornillos, M B
GreenLees, P T
Gorgen, A
Guttormsen, M
Hadynska, K
Helariutta, K
Herzberg, R-D
Huyse, Marc
Jenkins, D G
Jolie, J
Jones, P
Julin, R
Juutinen, S
Ketelhut, S
Knapen, S
Kroll, Th
Krucken, R
Larsen, A C
Leino, M
Ljungvall, J
Maierbeck, P
Marley, P L
Melon, B
Napiorkowski, P J
Nyman, M
Page, R D
Pakarinen, J
Pascovici, G
Patronis, Nikolaos
Peura, P J
Piselli, E
Pissulla, Th
Rahkila, P
Reiter, P
Saren, J
Scheck, M
Scholey, C
Semchenkov, A
Siem, S
Stefanescu, Irina
Sorri, J
Uusitalo, J
Van de Walle, Jarno
Van Duppen, Piet
Voulot, Didier
Wadsworth, R
Warr, N
Weisshaar, D
Wenander, F
Sielinska, M
Issue Date: 28-Jan-2009
Publisher: Springer New York LLC
Host Document: AIP Conference Proceedings vol:1090 pages:414-418
Conference: Capture gamma-ray spectroscopy and related topics edition:13 location:Koln, Germany date:25-28 August 2008
Abstract: Two complementary experimental programs have taken place to investigate the origin and evolution of shape coexistence in the light mercury region. Recoil Distance Doppler-shift measurements were performed at the University of Jyvaskyla utilizing the Koln plunger device in conjunction with the JUROGAM + RITU + GREAT setup. In addition, Coulomb excitation measurements of 184,186,188Hg were performed at REX-ISOLDE using the MINIBALL Ge-detector array. The results of the lifetime measurements of the yrast states up to I^{\pi} = 10+ in 182Hg are reported. Preliminary analysis of the Coulomb excitation data is also discussed.
ISSN: 0094-243X
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
Appears in Collections:Nuclear and Radiation Physics Section

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